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Hi I remember your father and your sister Penny, who I saw living locally about 25 years ago. I remember Little Luxford and could have produced the name before you mention it. I had a good friend who lived there just before you. I have memories of the book club, including when stuck I’ll in bed ,asking my younger (...Read full memory)

I came to Crowboroughwhen I was eight in 1942. My father who was in the army had been posted to the area. Initially for a few weeks we rented the Beacon School ( it must have been during the holidays as no one was there ) I particularly remember the gym where there was a vaulting horse and wall bars. We then went to (...Read full memory)

I had the huge displeasure of being sent to Warden House School in Crowborough Sussex. I ran away from the school on several occasions. The head master was Alan H Long. His wife Biddy and two daughters Rosemary and one whose name I cannot remember. It was a dreadful school - actually vile and cruel. If you would like more of the sordid details let me know. Mike

My Mum worked at this Hotel as a barmaid for many years, and behind the pub was a hall used by Henry Fermer school of which i was a pupil. When KIng George V1 died i found out from my Mum in 1951. I attended the above school until 1955 when i went to the Crowborough county secondary school, my favourite (...Read full memory)

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